Rapper Chief Keef accused of drug possession in South Dakota

South Dakota Public Broadcasting

South Dakota Public Broadcasting

A general rule is not to carry illegal drugs onto planes, but Chief Keef gave it a try and got caught on June 12 at the Sioux Falls Regional Airport in South Dakota.

Airport police found four blunts and an edible in his backpack. The Minnehaha County jail log indicates he was lodged a little after 9 a.m. on Monday morning. Cozart is charged with possession of drug paraphernalia of marijuana and possession of between two ounces and a half-pound of marijuana. At the end of day he came out for a day of (engaging) in a serious cause we are working towards: "fighting bullying". According to TMZ, the rapper - who performed a show in Sioux Falls the night before - simply forgot he had them on his person before boarding the flight.

The arrest comes just two months after Keef was arrested on a DUI charge in Miami. Chief Keef is apparently still in jail awaiting arraignment, but his lawyers expect that he'll be out soon.

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